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How wide is the exhaust tube?

I have to vent out of a basement that has security bars on the windows. I think they are fairly close together. Can I squeeze the exhaust through them--and then put it through the window?

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You cannot restrict the exhaust duct size or you will restrict the air flow and thus reduce or stop the cooling. It might even ruin the unit.

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